Congestion Control for Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks

Kartheek Kumar Reddy, Raaz Rajmohmmad


We study joint design of end-to-end congestion control and Per-link medium access control (MAC) in ad-hoc networks. In the current scenario wireless communication is emerging the world. Wireless Ad Hoc networks demands for higher intermediate node supports for long-range communication. Wireless Ad Hoc network is an emerging communication approach. Ad Hoc networks are usually defined as an autonomous system of nodes connected by wireless links and communicating in a multi-hop fashion. The wireless ad-hoc networks are for easy of deployment without centralized administration or fixed infrastructure, to achieve the goal of less interference communication. In wireless Ad-hoc network the connections between the wireless links are not fixed but dependent on channel conditions as well as the specific medium access control (MAC). The channel medium and transmission links are affected by the interference, delay, and buffer overflow these may cause the network congestion. To avoid network congestion various congestion control methods were developed in past but they were performed less control of end-to-end congestion and less in per link connection control. To overcome the above problems and to improve the resource allocation an efficient method has to be developed.

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